A step up in quality.
Marco Bergaglio has dedicated his life's work to the Cortese
grape. His family began making what is now known as Gavi in the late 19th
century. Marco's objective, like that of his predecessors', is "to
make wines whose features are unmistakably linked to the terroir".
The Bergaglio family's focus on the single varietal.
Sourced from specific hillside vineyards. Admirable balance and
easy drinking are Rolona’s main personality traits. The bouquet is rich and
long lingering, offering crisp, refreshing aromas of pear and green apple,
dried hay, plus an intriguing hint of citrus and earthy mineral.
This Gavi is most impressive on the palate, with a leisurely
development and lively crispness that attest to its absolutely classic style.
its hints of resin and pepper and its woods-like character, Dry and decisive on
the palate, it boasts an acidity that powers the progression in the mouth.